Wednesday - 20 Jun 2018 | 11:44:46 Home  |  Sitemap  |  RSS   
 Syria strongly condemns Turkish and US incursion in Manbij vicinity   ::::   Dignitaries of Arab tribes renew support to Syrian Arab Army in facing terrorism   ::::   Iraq denounces Int’l Coalition aggression on forces fighting Daesh   ::::   Cabinet approves principles for supporting and developing livestock sector   ::::   Army thwarts terrorist attack in Quneitra, kills scores of terrorists in Hama   ::::   A citizen martyred in blast of landmine left by Daesh in Hama   ::::   Terrorists fire shells at al-Baath city in Quneitra   ::::   Syria, Iran discuss enhancing economic cooperation   ::::   No Eid without sweets, people start to buy Damascene sweets   ::::   President al-Assad to Iranian Al-ALAM TV: Syrian-Iranian relation is strategic… the strongest response to Israel is to strike its terrorists in Syria   ::::   Popular committees foil infiltration attempts by Jabhat al-Nusra in Idleb countryside   ::::   4 civilians martyred in a new massacre committed by US-led Coalition in Hasaka   ::::   Ancient bakery engraved into rock tells the story of people and bread over 100 years   ::::   Two injured by sniper shooting in Kefraya and al-Fouaa   ::::   Khamis calls Russian companies to take part in reconstruction phase in Syria   ::::   Putin: Syrian government fulfilled its commitments, showed readiness for dialogue   ::::   Nasrallah: Syria triumphed over terrorism, Al-Quds will return to its Palestinian people   ::::   Putin: Moscow, Tehran successfully cooperate to settle crisis in Syria   ::::   Syrian musician wins composer of the year award   ::::   15 countries confirm participation in the 60th edition of Damascus International Fair   :::: 
http://www.shamrose.net
Home » Latest news
Share |
Ancient bakery engraved into rock tells the story of people and bread over 100 years
Ancient bakery engraved into rock tells the story of people and bread over 100 years
In the heart of Al-Jazdan neighborhood in Hama downtown, an ancient bakery engraved into rocks about a century ago is located in a special place to tell the story of people and bread over 100 years.

The bakery’s owner Akram Qanbar told SANA that the bakery with the wood fired stone oven (Tannour) dates back to the 30’s of the last century, adding that the place was engraved using simple equipment and hand-made tools.

He noted that the visitors can feel the history once they reach the bakery, especially the rocks which reflect the strength, determination of our ancestors and their firm will to live and work hard despite all circumstances.

syriandays
Mon 2018-06-11  |  06:28:45   
Back Send to Friend Print Add Comment
Share |

Would you like to comment on the subject ? 
: Your Name
: Country
: Subject
: Comment

: Code
   
http://www.
SEARCH
Copyright © syriandays.com - All rights reserved
Powered by Ten-neT.biz ©